Meet our Therapists 

Each member of our team is dedicated to providing personalized wellness, injury prevention and rehabilitation services to every patient. This team includes highly-skilled rehabilitation specialists who have extensive post-graduate and doctoral-level training and provide the latest in evidence-based care.

Learn more about the Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) programs we offer for children at MedStar Georgetown


The primary focus of Pediatric Physical Therapy (PT) is to help children from all ages ranging from new born to teenagers move to the best of their ability. Therapy activities are play-based and tailored to each child's age and individual goals.

Learn more about Pediatric Physical Therapy (PT) at MedStar Georgetown

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Pediatric Occupational Therapy (OT) is designed to help infants and children improve independence with daily activities such as feeding, dressing, play, and learning skills by improving their motor, sensory, behavioral, and cognitive capabilities.

Learn more about Pediatric Occupational Therapy (OT) at MedStar Georgetown.

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Pediatric Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) Therapy is designed to improve the communication and feeding skills of children who demonstrate difficulties.

Learn more about Pediatric Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) Therapy at MedStar Georgetown

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A feeding evaluation is designed to assess your child’s ability to eat. Feeding evaluations are done for newborns who have difficulty with breast and/or bottle feedings. Feeding evaluations are also done for infants, toddlers, and children who have difficulty progressing to age-appropriate foods.

Learn more about Pediatric Feeding Therapy at MedStar Georgetown

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Early Intervention (EI) services are federally and/or state funded health-related services that are provided to a child from birth to three years of age, if they qualify for services.  Services are provided regardless of income, medical diagnoses, or location. Services may include: Assistive technology, audiology, vision services, family training, nursing services, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, psychological services, social work services, special instruction, and Speech-Language Pathology (speech/language/feeding therapy).

Learn more about Early Intervention.


Are you interested in joining the MedStar Georgetown University Hospital pediatric PM&R team in Washington, DC? 

Click here for available career opportunities in PM&R.

Make an Appointment

For more information or to schedule an appointment with a rehab specialist, call our scheduling line or request an appointment online.